Canadian Aviation Regulations for Private Pilots and Recreational Student Pilots
An abridged publication of the Transport Canada “Canadian Aviation Regulations” or “CARs”, specifically as they apply to the Recreational or Private Pilot and operators of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems or Drones. It also assists the Student Pilot in navigating through the complex regulatory system.
The CARs are divided into nine parts, but this book only covers the six parts that apply to recreational pilots, private pilots, and drone operators.
Parts covered include:
Part I: General Provisions
Part II: Identification, Registration and Leasing of Aircraft
Part III: Aerodromes and Airports
Part IV: Personnel Licensing and Training
Part VI: General Operating and Flight Rules
Part IX: Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (Drones)
Standard 222: Aircraft Markings and Registration Standards
Standard 421: Flight Crew Licences and Ratings
Standard 625: Aircraft Equipment and Maintenance Standards
Standard 921: Small Remotely Piloted Aircraft in Visual Line-of-Sight (VLOS)
Softcover, 228 pages, 8 1/2″ X 11″
Edited and Published by Hammond Aviation